nah let 'em go for it
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Posted 20 February 2004 - 09:47 AM
an offer must be a clear, unequivocal and direct approach to another party to contract. For this reason, advertisements, and catalogues are not offers. The law calls these \"invitations to treat\"; or invitations to the general public to make an offer on a particular item.'
what? its all too hard for me. i think i need to call Dennis Denuto.
ahhh, i didnt want it anyway- honestly i wouldnt even have paid $50 for it., and i really have no idea what its really worth. i guess you can sue me now for breach of contract :-)
was just testing the old 'nearest offer' cliche. everyone uses it myself included and i dont know why. When we throw that one in, it means are telling people to offer a lower price so whats the point...
also i thought i would start the bidding for ya, but no serious takers despite so many claiming it was a great club, thats a real surprise to me. must be out of fashion with the Ho's
i hope you can get a decent price for it.
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